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Policy Impact

“You are working on the most difficult, consequential problems in this country. And often, the world.”

Meet Neale Mahoney, a SIEPR senior fellow who recently served on the National Economic Council. His role as a special policy advisor required his academic expertise to guide decisions made by the White House. Neale describes his experience in Washington, D.C., what hooked him on econ, and the importance of a “two-way street” between academia and the policy world.

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Policy Perspective

FTC chief warns Big Tech over AI

Speaking at Stanford, Lina Khan says antitrust authorities are paying close attention to moves by the private sector to propel artificial intelligence.

Research Recognition

Rossin-Slater wins AEA's Elaine Bennett Prize

The prize awarded by the American Economic Association is in memory of an accomplished scholar who encouraged the work of young women in all areas of economics.

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Bridging the Gap

Connecting research to policy

Academics produce policy-relevant research, advise government agencies, and contribute to policy debates. But their work can even more directly shape policy through the federal regulatory process. This policy brief describes the value that academic research can bring to the process and explains how scholars can connect to it.

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